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Dublin Castle

The Garage Flowers + The Shantics + DJ Katie O

Dublin Castle | 94 Parkway | NW1 7AN | London
Doors open:
About the gig-

 Garage Flowers single launch, featuring their very own handpicked bill of like minded Romantic gun slingin’ nouveau rocknrollers.  Check out the super cheap ticket and buy half a dozen for all your frenz….The Flowers specialize in cocksure indie rock n roll, stylistically a late 1960s Stones via a glammed up Libertines, and plenty of NY Dolls via a modicum of front line punk (The Adverts, Generation X) and a wee bit of Velvet Underground pop grind…loadsa swagger and tunes to boot, this is their new single/video launch party, and they assure us it will be well crunk. The Shantics– craft infectious songs big in personality; with primal rhythms, raw riffs and creatively sarcastic lyrics. DJ Katie O- Reverend And The Makers tour DJ and girl about town Katie O with the party mix before We Got Killers take over.

Source: Dublin Castle website


The Garage Flowers pop // rock&roll -

"It won't be long before these Camden lads take over the world" - Gigslutz. The Garage Flowers are a dirty-sweet rock and roll 4 piece full of attitude and ambition.
The band - Joe Capaldi (vocals/guitar) Jonny Webber (guitar) Michael Serapinas (bass) Greg Edwards (drums) are already building a fierce reputation on the London circuit for their outrageously explosive live gigs, flamboyant image and, of course their anthemic songs; with a forever growing fan base The Garage Flowers already have the likes of Camden Rocks Festival, This Feeling and Tramlines Festival firmly under their belts - they are much more than your average rock and roll band. The Garage Flowers have already gained the support and interest of Gigslutz, End Of The Trail Records and NME Presents Evening and quickly found themselves headlining the famous Dublin Castle, Crowndale Club and Camden Assembly. As well as bringing chaos to the aforementioned established venues, the band has a taste for the unconventional, acquiring a notorious reputation for playing their own guerrilla gigs in homeless shelters, warehouses and house parties. The Garage Flowers self released 2 singles which received critical acclaim "If they had released it (Miss Maggie May) back in 2004 they would have a number 1 in their back burner" Altcorner. Their first 2 singles were recorded with Paul Tipler (The Horrors, Carl Barat) and their brand new single "Hello Tango" was recorded with BBC's Dan Lucas (ACDC, Ghouls) and premiered on Gigslutz. The launch for the single was sold out and the venue had to turn people away.